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on government. it is the algorithm. florida's state board of education and controversy, setting standards based on race. if calls for 90% of asian students to be at or above grade level at a reading by the level. 88% for whites, 81% of blacks are expected to be there, within six years. it is sort of a preselection race. it is stunning. it is met to set realistic and attainable goals, which means setting goals and insulting people at the same time. hard to do, but there it is an education in florida. up next, after last week's debate performance by governor romney, can the presidentsteer clear of even more damage o reelection efforts? the "a-team", monica crowley, jedediah bila, judith miller, heading our way with the answers. i mean all of the answers. 0t[h7 lou: joining me now is the "a-team", author and radio talkshow hosts, monica crowley. author of the book outnumbered, jedediah bila, and pulitzer prize-winning journalist, judith miller. judy, let's begin with you. yemen in the attack that killed the head of your security and the u.s. embassy there. this is getting worse. >> it is getting
anyone. melissa: okay. >> i'm educating my employees. i'm educating them. i am telling them what will probably happen if the wrong person gets reelected. melissa: are you trying to influence their vote? >> yes. because i'm trying to influence their vote because my employees are family to me. i'm like the mother who says eat your spinach, that is good for you. i think i know what is good for their future and i'm trying to get them to do the right thing. melissa: what specifically do you think would happen if president obama were reelected to another term and what specifically would it mean for your business? i mean are you worried about the credit environment? are you worried about the tax environment? >> i'm worried about the entire environment, all of the above. you know, i can be a monday morning quarterback. i've lived through four years of the obama administration. four years ago we were doing a billion dollars a year in sales. we had 12,000 employees. today as a result of the last four years we had to cut down to 7,000 employees, and only doing half of the business that we c
act was just welfare. did not hit the other 70 some programs. >> nutrition, job training, education, health care. wouldn't it make sense just have for? think about this. john: make everybody work to be eligible. >> we had a bill introduced two weeks ago where we said let's put in the work component for food stamps. let's establish the critical link that helps americans get to their goals and dreams. let's have a work requirement. john: the truly hopeless of a mother with six kids. how is she going to work in to care for kids? >> it will be willing to hep those individuals. we will help those who can work it in the skills they need, required that. it's like a anything else. many have a requirement it influences behavior and of to do to a better experience and life style. >> i certainly agree with you. according to some politicians when more people get food stamps and one in seven americans now get them, that's actually good for the economy. >> if you want to create jobs the quickest is to provide more funding for food stamps. john: create jobs with food stamps. >> it would be laughab
could use this case to limit affirmative action programs not just an in education but also business and government. cheryl: peter barnes, thank you very much. adam shapiro with the banks being targeted by cyber attacks. >> we have seen increased traffic today and have experienced the management and service availability but declined additional comment at this time. yesterday capital one, today suntrust, the same group tied to islamic terrorist saying they would after jpmorgan chase and bank of america. tomorrow, regions financial. issue a statement instead we take online security seriously and are taking every measure to protect the company and our customers from regions financial, the target tomorrow. the group behind all this posting on the web that after this round of attacks they will regroup over the weekend and come up with other financial institutions to hit. cheryl: we will be following this for consumers, for the yanks, investors, everyone. dennis kneale has the latest on the fallout from jack welch job report tweet. >> turns out the bitter cheering at jack welch question th
that don't have access. if there was assisting for people that don't have great education and to get them into better colleges, that is different. in this case, they are saying that you can equal grades or lesser grades. if you are a minority, we are going to lock someone like abigail fisher out. gerri: abigail fisher, her 2008 application was rejected. she was in the top 12% for graduating of the graduating class from a recognized for academic excellence. she was the orchestra president and a habitat for humanity volunteer. why shouldn't she be in the school lobby? >> okay, i agree with kelly. justice should be blind, that is why the lady that holds this is blindfolded. but to aaswer your question, she's not in there because she wasn't in the top 10% of her class. the majority of university of texas students, in order to be able to do that to me have to meet that race neutral criteria. of criteria, where people get considered for those positions, race is one of a number of factors. the question for the supreme court is, under that scenario, those circumstances is it legal -- and they ver
, and undecided, like us, that american for prosperity we educating on the issues. on the board of bureaucrats, deciding about what medicine you use. and when people learn more about it that number is going up and up, you have an overwhelming number of the americans who hate this medica medical rah ratherr. liz: we have a det commission, called u.s. congress, but now "new york times," out over the week saying look congress has to stop behaving bik behave like ds with endless fighting, what do you think? >> we're sitting here 4 years into this administration, and we don't have a budget, so, we're spending, we're not calculating in we're reraising debt ceiling this is out of control, we have measures in place, we have a document that tells u what government is supposed to do it, we need to follow the laws we have. liz: you know, can mitt romney close the deal and say there are certain parts that people do like, keeping kids on parent's you know insurance until age 26, stop knocking peep ou people out with preexisting conditions. >> you don't need 2000 pages of a law that rewrites relationship of
. that could hurt those who do pay their bills on time. to explain, john paul feiner of consumer education for they want to encourage the reporting of on time utility payments. what is going on here? >> not only on time payments but all payment activity at all on utility bills. what this bill that was proposed in the house this week would do is clarify the fair credit reporting act so it could not be interpreted any way that would make it illegal for utility provider, public utility providers to report your transaction, monthly information like a credit card to the credit reporting agent. that is the hypothesis behind this bill. gerri: there could be a downside for people who pay their bills on time. what do you mean? >> this is the down side. if you tell a public utility to report information to credit reporting agency they become covered by the fair credit reporting act which means they have to employ reasonable procedures to assure maximum possible accuracy of the credit report which means new people, new symptoms -- systems and new expensive lawyers. what does that mea
. the american people have a choice, it's their responsibility to get educated and make a choice. gerri: nick, to you. we had a screen that showed 150 million federal grant, zero batteries produced. there's other numbers as well. this ignores the property taxes, forgave annually for business taxes. it's more than just $150 million; right? >> oh, absolutely. that gets to the heart of the problem with government subsidies is that these companies, once dependent on the federal government and the taxpayers' dollar, they stay dependent on the government's dollar. that's why we see programs like the ethanol policy continually dependent on the government since 1978 and once they get stuck on this government dependence, it's hard to wean them off because they really don't understand their true cost point, and they don't have that true incentive to be competitive. gerri: they exploit the money, go after it, they know how to do it. nick, congressman, thank you for coming on tonight ill line illug this program. i hope you both come back, thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you. gerri: all right. many empl
the middle class cared about. it knocks 200,000 children off of early education. it will eliminate the tax credit parents have, cuts education by $450 billion. it does -- it does virtually nothing except to continue to increase the tax cuts for the very wealthy. you know, we had enough of this. my -- the idea that the so concerned about the deficits that i pointed out, he votedded to put two wars on a credit card. >> moderator: we're going to the closing statements in a minute. you'll have -- ripe ryan not raising -- ryan: not raising taxes is not cutting taxes. 3% a year rather than 4% like proposed. >> moderator: let me calm down things here just for a minute, and i want to talk to you very briefly before we go to closing statements about your own personal character. if you were elected, what could you both give to the country as a man, as a human being, that no one else could? ryan: honesty. no one else could. there's plenty of fine people who could lead the country, but what you need are people who when they say they do something, they go do it. what you need are when people see proble
to citizens, trying to get people educated because again, the ads, airwaves are filled. now how the ads go now days on many of the issues, and they're not crystal clear clarity and fact-based so we need to get out there and get the message to people let's not go back in time. we're going fabulous in terms of a comeback and much more to do. not where i want to be, but made tremendous progress and continue that path because it's exciting. stuart: if i live in michigan, am i bombarded by ads? >> you absolutely are. i mean. stuart: 100% of the time and-- >> you're bombarded by the ballot proposals and sick of it. >> they are, and that's why i tell people personally voting yes on one and no on the rest and my perspective and do your own homework because people should look at these, but let's move michigan forward, great progress, comeback state, but we're going to be one of the top states in the country, such a great resource and such great people. stuart: i just gave you an extraordinary commercial for the state of michigan and your administration. >> thank you. stuart: you're welcome. [laughter]
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